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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa JTWO SEE CHANCE TO FREE JACKSON IN MURDER CASE Suicide Note of Wife Says She Is Re sponsible 1 WILLIMANTIC Conn Feb 15 IP of the secrecy surrounding the slaying ot County Detective Wll 3Iam E Jackson has been dispelled by a note written by his widow before her suicide Yet some aspects of tho case continued mysterious today Altho authorities refused to make public the notes contents Medical Ex amlner Louls I Mason said that Mrs Jackson before she died assumed re sponsibility for the crime and exon crated Trenor A Rice deputy sheriff now in jail under Indictment for mur der Defense attornys said they were to learn the contents ot th to Aid them In their defense of Bice who has declared himself inno cent They declared they would ask to be hhown the note and if refused prob fcbly would institute legal proceedings COOLIDGE LOSES FIGHT TO DELAY SHIPBUILDING MASON CITY GLOJ3EGAZETTS FRIDAY FEB 15 1929 Ships Oiler May Be Given Big Reward one Seaman Who Stood by Vessel Stands Chance of Young Fortune SILLOWAYSAYS OFFICIALS DID EXECUTION ACT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 drive rapidly away But that was tho most definite story the police had Oneof the victims Frank Gusen berg survived his wounds a short time and was conscious lie was tho only hope ot authorities for an cyo witness account But the code of the gunman kept him silent A police sergeant leaned over the gangster who lay dying at Alexian brothers hospital Who shot you Frank he asked Shot me1 said Frank Gusunberg why But early today when they com pleted an examination coroners physicians found 10 bullets in Giisen bergs body The massacre as It was being called today resulted in the virtual annihilation of the gang that took up Dion OBanions bcerandblood stained toga when tho smiling Dion was slain English Flu Deaths Total Above 2000 Weekly Deathrate in Large Towns of England Is on Increase CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 tntBIeot Hoover Intimated that they Ileved his attitude on such an arma fronts conference to bo favorable Quiet Day for House WASHINGTON Feb IB Memories of other debates on prohlbi jtlon In their minis members of the iinnata today faced the Jones bill to increase maximum penalties for Jtationa of the Volstead act The house In prospect a quiet peaceful day on the private calendar and spe itlal rules being on its program Jones bllj would increase the fnaxlmum penalty lor ax first violation the liquor laws to a fine five years in prison or both Senator Vandenburg yesterday kought to have the senate take up re apportionment The Caraway bill to Vrevent trading In futures on cotton L and grain had been defeated but the I senators decided to give the prohlbl tlon measure the right of way It Is probable that reapportionment a measure already passed by the house Tvill be taken The house yesterday passed thi Jast Of the nine annual appropriation bills that for legislative expenses Probe New York Judge Of committee meetings scheduled today one wan that of the house Ju dioiary committee which had been called Into special session to consider the resolution asking an investigation into charges made against Federal Judge Francis Wins low of New York Theae charges are concerned with alleged favoritism to Mercus Heltand New York attorney and there are also charges ot other judicial improprieties Laguardla conferred yesterday with Attorney General Sargent but afterwards he he did not know about the pos sibility ot filing charges o impeach ment against Judge Winslow but ho added that was an awfully effective method The house waya and means also had the usual tariff hearings before it to day but other committee meetings both chambers were concerned largely with routine SEATTLE Feb 15 iHE that he disabled froighter Alloway was adrift a ml menacing navigation at Unlmulc Pass Aleu tian Islands was broadcast by tho naval radio station here today lifter unsuccessful efforts had been made by tho coastguard cut tor Chelan to tow her to safety SEATTLE Wash Feb 16 James L Posey of Seattle dubbed the mad oiler of the Alloway when he staked his life against a stqrro and stuck with his ship after the rest of the crew had left her to be ground to pieces on the Aleutian Island rocks may reap a small fortune because of his daring Posey was taken off the Alloway last nisht by the coastguard cutter n ha ftower shop Ijov 10 Chelan OBanioirs death that Ho was examined by the Cheluns hysiclan and found to be physically nd mentally sound Meanwhile tho lie begun to die down and a few members of the Cholans crew boarded he Alloway whose anchor still was olding her a few yards off tho rocks f Aiktak Island in tho Aleutian arch pelago Fire was started tinder the ships jollers and preparations made to guide er to safety Crew on Way Home Not far distant another abandoned hip the Japanese freighter Maiyo Maru which had attempted to aid be Alloway was drifting back and orth with the tide The 25 members f her crew were enroute to Japan aboard tho rescued vessel tho Nan oh Maru The Alloway a freighter carrying a cargo of 1000000 feet of lumber ana The Gusenbergs were long time 100 tons ot wheat was bound for of Dr Schwimmer the police apan to be scrapped when the storm learned Peter Gusenberg was indicted with Big Tim Murphy himself an assas 1024 It is police date the gang wars iMortin Only Ono Left Six of yesterdays victims were members of the gang of north side oooze racketeers and hijackers of which police say George Bugs Moran is the head It was Moran who finally succeeded to pBanions leadership In the wako of others who taking up where OBanlon left oft were shot down in one way or another Moran still lives the last of the OBanlon dynasty but pollco could not find him yesterday or Jast night and they wero not certain but that ha too may have been killed Of the seven killed only Br H H Schwimmer an optometristwas un known to pollco records Dr Schwim mer they believe dropped into the garage to chat with Frank and Peter Uusenberg both of whom were killed LONDON Feb 15 from influenza in 107 large English towns numbered 967 last week against Gali and 821 for the two previous weeks London alone showed 331 dead against 198 the preceding week Th6 figures brot the total oC Influenza dead since January 1 to 2340 there weru 714 in the same perioa in 182S Dcuths from bronchitis and broncho pneumonia were double those of last year there being 1081 since Feb 1 as compared with 373 for the same period in 1328 In view of tho increasing in the cnl demic particular interest was attached advices from Berlin ot a cure for he disease Dispatches said that Prof ouis Lewln toxicologlst and Paul Schuster neurologist ot the Unlver ilty of Berlin had discovered a symp omatic remedy The drug Is described as an alkaloid of creeper or Liana indigenous to Mexico and Ecuador where it Is used by Indians as a narcotic It was s to bo particularly benetfclal In treat ment of cerebral influenza ivertook her last week Attempts of the steamers Bronnoy and Montauk to tow her were unswe essful Tuesday night all of the crow ixcept Posey toolc to life boats and rare picked up by the Montauk Posey efused to leave the ship and resisted ils mates when they tried to tahehlm Tlio Montauk believing the Allowny would be dashed to pieces and that crazed by the storm would go with It steamed away to Dutch larbor Alaska Has Valid Claim PoEcy located the emergency radio set of the Alloway and without ex perience in operating it managed to keep the air full ot meaningless dots and dashes for two days Meanwhile the Chelan went to Ms rescue The amount of salvage to which Posey may be entitled If any Is In definite Marine lawyers said his claim would be valid It he could prove that he had helped to save the ship by staying CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE Office Phone No 239 I KATHRYN McGOWAN Editor itor i LEE DeWIGGINS Manager Residence Telephone No 67 aboard The Moiitauk entitled to a share also may be NOTED FLYER IS TO SPEND NIGHT THERE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 and Americana alike fre Florida Survivors Arrive in Genoa Italy GENOA Italy Feb 15 burvivors ot the steamship Florida rescued when their ship sank by the America arrived hero to ny aboard tho steamship Roma A big crowd at the maritime station as representatives of the port command and the fascist federntlon seamen went aboard to greet them They were taken to the port oCCice Interrogation on the phases of the shipwreck Mexicans quent it And there someone seeking solitude and her own thots may find it with out difficulty Miss Anno is not al ways alone in her riding however Yesterday she chose as her companion Miss Suzanne Beck daughter of Eman L Bed American business man here They are closo friends and may ofien be seen together on the bridle paths Fiancee Ig Golfer Yesterday afternoon Miss Anne played golf with her mother also a poet Ordinary social atfnlrs bore her and she is not going to have uny more of them than is necessary with life at the embnssy She wishes for nothing more than aulet and the opportunity to live her own life until after her marriage sins victim in the SIOOOOO Polk street station mail robbery and served a three year sentence In tho federal penitentiary at Leavanworth He be came affiliated with the Moran gang hree years ago at the suggestion of his brother a lieutenant in the Moran forces Relative of Moran James Clark another of yesterdays dead was a brotherinlaw of Moran with a reputation as a crack marks man with a rifle Alfred VVeinshank was a north side cafe owner whose affiliation with Moran took place comparatively re cently John May at first believed to have been only an automobile mechanic anS an innocent victim was known to po lice as a safe blower before joining Moran In his pocket were found two St Christopher gen erally provided by women relatives to a person inclined to evil the belief be ing that prayers by the donor and the possessor will aid in fighting tempta tion Adam Heyers the other dead man was the front for the gang taking care of the legitimate activities such as renting plants and buildings re quired In conducting the gang busi ness Police Have 4 Theories There were four theories being con sidered in connection with todays In vestigation Two involved the liquor racket a third politics and the fourth had to do with the warfare In the cleaning and dyeing business In which Al Capone Moran and others HOUSE SENATE ARE DISCUSSING HIGHWAY BILLS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 towns another by Senator Clearnran of Johnsoni authorizing counties to levy a onehalf mill tax for a public nurse one specifying that mutual in surance companies deposit with the state Insurance department to guarantee payments of claims and several minor measures also were be fore the upper body 15 mils Before House The house calendar today presented 15 bills for consideration the most Im portant being the BensonHollls bo vine tuberculosis eradication measure passed by thesenate by overwhelming majority The bill seqka to create a statewide area for cattle testing in place of the present county accredited area plan Under the bill the test would be made compulsory A bill by Raymond Johnson of Keo kuk county to require the state board ot audit to make periodical audit of the claims due from the state boards ot education and control except foi salaries of officers and employes was set down for a special order of bus ness at 10 a m Other bills of importance on th house calendar Included tho HU1 meas ure to restrain by Injunction veterin arlans practicing their profession with out a state license the Lange senate bill to raise the compensation of news papers In publishing legal notices tho DECLAIM WINNERS TO SPEAK HERE Nine Contestants Entered in SubCounty Contest Fri day Night CLEAIl LAKE Feb con testants from Rockwell Mason City and Clear Lake will take part In the subcounty declamatory contest in the ilgh school auditorium Friday eve ning at oclock Winners of the oratorical humorous and dramatic classes of this contest will represent their schools in tho final Corro Gordo county meet at Mason City Feb 21 Mrs Rob Boy Cerney Northwood has been engaged as the critic judge The program has been arranged as follows VJolIn Solo Louise Jensen Oratorical Charles Lindbergh James Armstrong The Living Flame of Americanism McLaughlln Liberty or Death Robert Stenby Clarinet Solo Italian Romance by C Bohn Louis Clock Dramatic At ths Open Window Virginia Htlle Intrusion of the Personal Marian Wheeler The Prisoners Plea Clifford Yarrow Cornet Solo Douglas Bey Humorous Cupid and the Cadillac Gertrude Hall Washing My Feet Walter Jackson Lions Play Belmond for Second Position in Coach Grahams Players Good Shape for Big Neighbors Give Farewell Party for Ellis Foster Game CLEAR LAKE Feb Russell Graham takes his Clear Lake Lions basketball to Belmond to night where he hopes to repeat the feat of two weeks ago when the lakers bested the Belmond f Ivo on tne Mason City floor This game will be a battle for sec 0 I place in the standing of the North Iowa basketball conference Brltt has a cinch on first place and to date Clear Lake and Bolmond aro nip and tuck for second position being well abead of the third place team Ten payers are making tho trip to Bel monfl tonight and Coach Graham Bays his squad is In better shapo than it has been at any time this season Since being defeated at Mason City by Clear Lake Belmond has stepped out lor a number of victories and the lakers have In no way slackened their pace during the laet two weeks Coach Graham predicts a closo game i Results ot this game will be re ceived at the Clear Lake GlobeGazette at tonight and fans here may get tho score by calling 239 Johnny Jones Studies Geography Cornet Solo Bonnie Whitney Frances White Cerro Gordo Rural Unit to Hold All Day Meeting Feb 19 CLEAR LAKE Feb Henry Bruchner will be hostess to the Corro Gordo Rural W C T U mem bers at an allday meeting Feb 19 Members havo been asked to furnish a hot covered dish sandwiches and dishes for the picnic lunch Payment of the years dues aro expected to feature at the business session offi cers have announced A brief program will bo given Clear Lake Churches CLEAR LAKE Feb and Mrs Frank Foster have returned to heir home on North Second street after spending several days with their son Ellis who resides south of Clear Lake The younger Mr Foster held closing but sale of all farm ma chinery livestock and other equip ment Tuesday and expects to move to Clear Lake Ono hundred neighbors gathered at the country home Wed nesday evening for a farewell party After a social evening lunch was served from the wellfilled lunch bas kets furnished by the guests Valentine Party Given Husbands of Altrurian Club CLEAR LAKE Feb of red and white carnations used as tnblo decorations at the Altrurian club dinner party earlier in tho evening wera given Mr and Mrs Burdstto Bailey for winning high score at tho bridge games at tho home of Mr and Mrs Lyls Stunkard Thursday eve ning Second high score was won by Henry Volstad while consolation prize wa3 given Mrs Ray Kugter The card games followed an elab orate dinnerserved at the Lions cafe at 7 oclock The room was symbolic to the Valentine season and the dinner waa served by candle light Lighted floor lamps added to the at tractiveness o fthe room Place cards nut cups and talleys stressed tho Valentine color scheme COMING EVENTS CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Rice bill to make permanent the tem porary transfer of from the court fund to the gentral fund ot Clinton county and the Mathews measure legalizing franchises of tho IowaIllinois Telephone company In 14 towns Busy Bee Club Quilts at Meeting CLEAR LAKE Feb of the Busy Bee club were guests of Mrs Henry Marshall northeast of Clear Lake Thursday The afternoon oura were spent quilting after which efreshments were served The club xpects to sell the quilt and use the rocceds in the club treasury RECOVERFOUR CULVER YOUTHS Quartet Tired of School Headed for Santo Do Woman Passenger on Zeppelin on Way Home BREMEN Germany Feb 15 Mrs Clara Adams of Tannersville Pa tha only ivoman passenger on the returned transAtantic flight of the Graf Zeppelin has started back tor the United States aboard tho ateamshlp Stuttgart Mrs Adams has been visiting in Germany since the flight Woman Negotiates Buy to Save Her Husband From Excessive Drink DBS MOINES Feb 15 1 Kruso was arrested here yesterday because a Des Moines woman whoso name wns not divulged by federal oC riccrs wanted to prevent her husband from becoming a habitual drunkard Acting as a stool piffeon she pur chased liquor from Krufle as evidence before hla garage vas raided officers declared connected with tho citys ganjr life be came Interested last year The political theory concerned the omlng aldcrmanic election in the bloody twentieth ward which has been the subject of much investlgix Ion since the April 1027 primaries when a slaying took place there Po Ice believe that yesterdays assassina tions may have been the result of rivalry between factions supporting two oC Uio three candidates one of whom lins the hacking of Cnpono as sedates another that of tho Moran followers One of the booze theories harks back to the long fight for control of liquor rights between tho Capone forces and those on the north side in which Moran has Interested himself Connected With Dyers The cleaners and dyers possibility youths slipped away was based upon the connection of one academy Wednesday night mingo INDIANAPOLIS Feb 15 Four cndets A W O L from Culve Military academy at Culver Ind whose plans to go to Santo Domingo and get rich wcrn frustrated today awaited arrival of an academy rcprn Hcnlntlvc to straighten out their af fairs Tho four aro lay Hoy Hunt Jr IS Hollywood Cal Samuel Barron Stev ens IG Rome NY Richard T Schuler 16 New York City Juan Suarez 17 Porto Rico Placing stuffed dummies in their beds to deceive the Inspecting officers from the Late yes F M Molsberry Ex Plymouth Man Dies at Columbus Junction PLYMOUTH Feb has been received here of tho death of F M Molsberry ot Columbus Junction which occurred at that place from apoplexy Mr Molsberry who was a practicing lawyer spent his early years in Plymouth Charles Molsberry a brother left Thunsriay night for Co lumbus Junction Funeral arrange ments have not been made CHURCH OF HRIST I O O F hall C IV Hicks minister Bible school at 10 oclock Mrs O T Balmat superintendent In charge Communion and preaching services at 11 oclock Sermon subject Re paying the Debt Mrs Arlelgli Eddy will sing preceding the sermon CONGREGATIONAL W B Milno pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning services at 11 oclock Congo club at 6 p m METHODIST J R Tumbleson pastor Sunday school at 10 a m Morning a m theme Lincoln and His Work Epworth league at p m Evening worship Wednesday eve ning at p m ST PATRICKS CATHOLIC Father J V Baccl Sunday services as follows Mass at 10 oclock Catechism and class ot Instruction for children and adults at 11 oclock GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning service at 11 oclock Evening service at Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at BETHLEHAM LUTHERAN The Rev S M Stenby pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Prayer meeting on Thursday eve ning at oclock CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school at 10 oclock Sunday services at 11 oclock Sub ject Soul Wednesday services at 8 p m Reading room in church Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 2 to 5 oclock ZLION ENGLISH LUTHERAN The Rev C M Granskou Sunday school at 9M5 oclock Classes for all Morning worship at 11 oclock There will bo no evening services Final clearance sale on all winter goods Family Store Mrs W McLaughlin Belmond re turned to her home after visiting Clear Lake relatives and friends Remember the W R C tiean supper Saturday night I O O F hall 40c AUer a two weeks visit with his family A E Verbeckmoeo has re turned to Atkinson 111 where he is manager ot tho Vorbcckmoes depart ment store Park theater last times tonight Vaudeville and The Show Girl lOc and 3oc Mrs Ernest Lehman who attended the JorgensenRead wedding Thurs day returned to her home at Zearlng Friday morning Mrs Lehman and Mrs Read are sisters Lester Larson has returned to Ills college work at Ames after being called home for the funeral services his uncle Peter Larson Mrs Anna Rock a guest the Ralph Callanan home for several weeks returned to her home at Nor folk Nebr She Is a sister ot Mrs Callanan Yet getting a divorce in six month for want of love is like cutting corr n three weeks because It isnt Cedar Rapids Gatette Industrious Daugh ters 4H club with Miss Doria son W R C to hold annual bean sup per and meeting club with Mn H E Palmeier Library Reading club with Mrs J W Pattle J Wrong Font club with Mr and Mrsj Jay McGowan meeting11 high school P E O with Mrs W Choats Special city council meeting K P lodge meets school musician give recital and concert Lion club benefit movie and Vftudc villa opens threeday run at 1 theater Francis Wlllara tea at Congrcga tlonal church Annual meeting of CoOperatlv Shipping association at M i1 church O D O club with Mrs Glen Jac man club meets at I O F hall Altrurian club has toboggan part HAVE BIRTHDAY DIXNKR CLEAR LAKE Feb Mra Stan Hyde entertained at a btrlljj day dinner Thursday in honor of son Lynn Hyde and family were cnt COLD RELIEVED INSTANTLY WAYDOCTORS NOW ADVISE Hospital Method Doctors Now Advise For Home Use Helps Many Here to End Colds Neglecting a head or chest cold la auro to cause needless inffcry and may risk pneumonia So doctors arc now recommending a method that IB giv ing vast numbers of Mnson City peo ple almost Instant quick ly drives the cold out ot ones system Miss Helen Parlier for example neglected her cold until her eyes be cameinflamed her nose stopped up and congestion started spreading Then sho called her doctor who ad vised hospital cer tified compound of wild cherry tcr pin hydrate etc With tho first pleasJnt swallow iho I felt Its comforting hcullng warni VBollaf tmtnui instantly and in an b or so tho medication was absorbed in ier system loosening up congestion in her nose passage and cheat When sho awoke next morning there was practically no sign of the in another dny or so congestion had disappeared entirely Note Olher cases reported all certified by attending physician Absorbed by tlio system Ayerf Pectoral helps set rid ot congestion reduce the feverish achy feeling and drive the cold out ot your Bygteni Just a few pleasant spoonfuls now nnd you too will feel Hko a different person tomorrow At all druggists or tho slain men Wclnshank with the j terdaj they were arrestert at Valley Central Cleaners and Dyers assocla I tlon Tho Gusenbergs also were con nected with tho association as Is Willie Marks who with Moran is the only known member of tho Tvloran gang now alive A theory that found strongest sup port however held tha purplo gang of Detroit as the most likely assas sins A hijacking war between the purple ijang and tho Moran gang po ico salrl hns existed for some time Tha Detroit liquor runners are un derstood to havo brot much beer and whisky into Chicago Some of their contraband hag been hijacked from them In or near Chicago Police said that SCO000 worth of liquor recently was taken from tho purple gang by force aiid later sold to Morans cus tomers An Inquest was called for today be fore a coroners jury ot prominent Chi cagoans including Bert A Massee president ot tho Pnlmollvo company Tohn D McCormick dean of the law school at Loyola university and Walt er W I Meyer master in chancery ot tho circuit court Detroit Officers Help DETROIT Fob 15 graphs and finger prints ot10 Detrol gangsters and gunmen will be sent today to Chicago police Tn some quarters it was hellevet that the slaying of seven menthere yesterday was tho outgrowth of a wn Ivlweon Detroit liquor runnora am CUIoago hijackers Two Detroit detectives In Chlcng to lring bncl men wanted here hav 1cen ordered to remain to work wit tho Chicago authorities Ills Ind while enroute to Evans Illo on a bus The boys explained they were tired f school They were held here In de ault of bonds but finally released on iclr own recognizance Hunt IB tho son ot a motion picture Iractor the fathers ot Slovens ant chuler aro Wall street brokers and elder Buarez Is a Povto Rlcan ugar plantation owner the boys said Fort nnuRe Veteran FORT DODGK Fob 15 ern1 of S T Robertson S2 Civil war oternn and former postmaster here ltod at Kugene Oro will be held o Monday ENTERTAIN AT CARD PARTI CLEAR LAKE Feb and Mrs C W Wallace South Third street enlortalned several guests at a card party Thursday evening Be freshments wera nerved at tlio close Those who attended wereMr and Mrs Stanley Smith Mr and Mrs Jesse Bottleman Miss KuchI and Mr iinrt Mrs A C Howard PARK THEATER SUNDAY AND MONDAY JOAN CRAWFORD OUR OWCTtiG MUGHTB2S Sunday Matinee lOc and 25c Evening and lOc and 30c A mo SPECIAL AT RKGULAK PRICES Jnemployed Men of England Scotland Marching on London LONDON Fob 15 contin gents ot unemployed men are novi onverglrig on London after march ng from various Industrial centers 1 England and Scotland They plan a demonstration here on Fob 24 They havo been given generous aid enroute and notwlthstanllng the bitter weather few seem to have tho march On tho other hand there ins been littlo Increase in their num bers and the total of those arriving is not likely to exceed a few hundreds iow Thin Men and Women Gain in Weight McCoys Tablets sugarcoated anfl rich in weight building agents are easy to take and will not even disturb the most delicate stomach Theso wonaerful health bunding strength creating weight producing tablets are now sold in every drug store In North America ant millions of them areused every month McCoy takes all tho thlu Ironclad guarantee If after taking 4 sixty cent of McCoys Tablets or 2 One Dollar boxes any thin un derweight man or woman doesnt gain at least 5 pounds and foel completely satisfied with the marked Improve ment In money will bo returnee Just ask for McCoys Tablets at any drug store In America l Man Who Was Half Frozen Goes Home WH1TTKMORE Foil Kchultz who wns found in his home several weeks ago almost frozen und very 111 Mm been removed from Mio McCreery hospital to his son Henrjn home Mr wlio Is ycirn old is not Improved In his condition Heed ttx Warning of SORE Bear In isind when oa notice throat irritation inflammation difficulty in cwallowing other symptoms o throat that auch con ditions are urious and call for prompt carehil treatment Neglect or improper treat ment may be dangerous To be iure oE prompt relict use cnl TmsiHnc made especially lor sore throat and proven dependable by over 3O years successiul use At druggists 35c 60c HospitaloizcSIOO TONSilLINE NOTICE OF OFFER FOR SALE I will on SATURDAY FEB 161929 at 2 p m receive offers for sale of what is known as the Miles dwelling property on East Main street in Clear Lake Iowa described as follows Lot 16 in the northwest quarter of the northwest quar ter of section 18 township 96 range 21 Cerro Gordo County Iowa Terms of offer cash AH offers subject to approval of court HENRY CURVO REFEREE
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